This volume deals with all cultivated and wild edible fruits or nuts in South-East Asia. The genetic diversity is very great, making this region an important germ plasm centre. The botany and crop potential of some 200 species are reviewed, including: sugarapple, cherimoya, cashew, ananas, bread fruit, mango, durian, black and white sapote, mangosteen, avocade, tamarind, langsat, guava, carambola, bilimbi, salak, peach palm, passion fruits, macadamia, pummelo, lychee, longan, rambutan, sapodilla, starapple, canistel, sweet orange, pilinut, loquat, kumquat, bel fruit, galo nut, bignay, tjupa, rambai, gandaria, papaya, citrus-fruits.
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